It took a generation to get out of a mind-set of slavery to a god-king and into a life of service to the God who is King.
It was the night before the exodus from one stage in the life of a nation and into the transition to a new life and awareness of YHWH as King. The preparations took some time to organize. Food was central to the preparation, the passover lamb and bread served as visual aids for generations to come.
When we look at our families, can we identify the struggles of faith and fortune that our family had as they came to terms with the change in our lives?
I am sure we have our own "visual aids" that engrave conversations and events in our minds. Siobhan
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